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Sarah Campbell

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Sarah Campbell joined Arkansas Business in 2016. She graduated in 2011 from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro with a bachelor's degree in journalism and interned for the Jonesboro Sun. She then worked as a general assignment reporter and copyeditor for the Leader newspaper in Jacksonville. Sarah is from Gravel Ridge, which was annexed into Sherwood in 2008. She writes a monthly technology column and news for both the online and print editions.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Simmons First Reports 3Q Net Income of $28.9M

Simmons First National Corp. of Pine Bluff reports third-quarter net income of $28.9 million, up 17 percent from $23.4 million for the same quarter of last year. read more >

ASMSA Aims at Developing Digital Talents

With recent wins in tech competitions, the Arkansas School of Mathematics, Sciences & the Arts in Hot Springs has some bragging to do. read more >

Economist: Recovery in 'Top of The Ninth Inning'

"I think we're in the top of the ninth inning of the recovery from our recession to, you know, getting back on our feet,” economist Jim Glassman told a small gathering of business professionals Wednesday at an economic outlook luncheon sponsored by Chase. read more >

Rejecting Amazon, Little Rock Launches New Campaign

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola says the city will not submit a bid to be home to Amazon's second North American headquarters. Instead, it has used the occasion to launch a promotional campaign called "Love, Little Rock." read more >

City Mayor Among Group Buying Jacksonville Physical Therapy Office

Jacksonville Medical Center Inc. has purchased the 3,065-SF Jacksonville Physical Therapy building at 208 John Harden Drive for $475,000. read more >

UA Little Rock Selects Firm to Study Adding Football, Band

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has selected Convention Sports & Leisure of Plano, Texas, to conduct feasibility study that will help the university determine whether it should add a football team and a marching band to its offerings. read more >

Pro Bono Work Can Also Be Good For Business, Bill Waddell Says

When Little Rock attorney Bill Waddell found himself in the national spotlight in August, he embraced it to spread the word on the first rural legal-medical partnership in Arkansas. read more >

New Partnership in Delta to Focus on Kids in Need

Little Rock attorney Bill Waddell is helping organize Monroe County Children in Trust, a one-of-a-kind partnership that will be housed at the Mid-Delta Health Systems clinic in Clarendon. read more >

JB Hunt 3Q Earnings Down 8 Percent

J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. of Lowell (Nasdaq: JBHT) reported third-quarter net earnings of $100.4 million, down 8 percent year-over-year. read more >

ATU Receives $1.3M Grant to Support Veterans

Arkansas Tech University announced Monday that it has received a $1.3 million, five-year U.S. Department of Education grant to enhance its support for veterans of the U.S. Armed Services. read more >